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Military Rifles for sale
items as of 6 January 2021, updated 23 January 2021
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YUGOSLAVIAN Model M95M Mannlicher straight-pull short rifle # 26736 (8x57mm), made by Steyr (undated). Excellent condition, with 95% or better bluing and a mirror bright and very strong bore. Bolt not matching (as usual), triggerguard is stamped 26736 (matching). Stock has very few dings and handling marks, extractor works just fine, and internal magazine clip is present. Not import-marked, scarce, by FAR the nicest example of one of these I have ever encountered. PHOTO . . . $1275. REDUCED! $950. C&R
GERMAN Model 1926 bolt-action single-shot training rifle, no serial # (.22 Long Rifle) mfg. by Bernhardt Paatz Waffenfabrik und Maschinen-bau in 1926 in sporter configuration. Excellent Condition, with 90% or better bluing, barrel measures 27 1/8" long, bore is bright and strong. All markings are extremely clear, ADOLF LOESCHE HANNOVER on top of barrel (Loesche was a prominent German retailer at the time). Stock has original finish with checkered grip, rear sight adjustable from 30 to 180 meters. Not import-marked. Scarce.PHOTOS . . . $495. C&R
GERMAN Sportmodell bolt-action single-shot training rifle # 20587 (.22 Long Rifle) mfg. by Herm Weihrauch in mid 1930's in semi-sporter configuration. Very Good condition, with 75% or better bluing, heavy barreled bore is bright and strong. No numbered small parts. All markings are extremely clear, Waffenfabrik Herm Weihrauch / Zella-Mehlis Thur. on left side of receiver, Deutsche Sportmodell in Olde German script on right side of receiver. Stock has original finish with slot for sling and round bolt disassembly disc. Not import-marked, very rare manufacturer. PHOTOS . . . $575. C&R
SWEDISH Model CG63 Mauser bolt-action TARGET rifle # 137845 (6.5x55) mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1903 and converted to the match configuration at Carl Gustaf in 1964. Excellent-PLUS condition, with 100% bluing, all visible serial numbers matching. Near perfect, mirror bore, has a Lyman rear aperture sight and a aperture front sight that takes different target inserts. Has sticker from a 1981 athletic competition on right side of stock. PHOTOS . . . $1250. C&R
FINN Model 39-57 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action TARGET rifle # 504493 (7.62x54R) with 1943 SK.Y barrel. This is a standard M39 Civil Guard rifle that was configured into a match target rifle by milling the left side of the receiver to accept an aperture rear sight, the left side of the stock being inlet to accept that sight, the right side being inlet for the radically bent bolt-handle these target rifles had. It was subsequently reconfigured at a later date back to the standard M39 configuration and fitted with an unmarked straight bolt. Near Excellent condition with an excellent, mirror-bright bore. Nearly full bluing on exposed metal surfaces, exterior of receiver, rear sight base and magazine lightly pitted but sound. Missing rear sling-swivel and sling-bar (those were not used when configured as a target rifle). Extremely rare and all but unknown in the U.S.A. While it doesn't have the fancy stock associated with the later (and much more common) 28-76 target rifle, it utilized the standard M39 stock with modifications. PHOTOS . . . $1250. C&R
JAPANESE Type 99 Arisaka bolt-action rifle Series 34, # 3414 (7.7x58) mfg. at Toyo Kogyo under Kokura supervision in July - December 1944. Excellent condition with full original bluing, bolt and all bolt parts numbered 414 (matching), mum is intact. This type has ladder rear sight without anti-aircraft wings, and plum-shaped bolt handle with smooth turned safety knob. Stock has wood buttplate and the forend been shortened (unfortunately). However, the right side of the stock has a carving of Mount Fujiama, and the left side the soldier who captured it, Lloyd Ray Hedberg (1927-2011) neatly engraved. The chrome-lined bore is mirror-bright and very strong. Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $625. C&R SOLD
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